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essay presents for the first time the definitive history of how science, including mainstream theories of Social Darwinism, Sociobiology and Evolutionary Psychology have had to avoid and deny that the human condition exists, in so doing failing to provide much-needed answers about human nature.
What I thought about the human Condition was this: old fruit Comes in and is left, and dries In the sun.
He argues that this outcome is a result of ideas about the human condition that were inherited from the 17th and 18th centuries, which have elevated the economic dimension of life over other dimensions of human life.
Written under the principle that neither science nor religion alone can hold all the answers to understanding the human condition, Change Your Mind affirms the soul's existence after death with the methodical logic of a scientist--no, the existence of an afterlife cannot be proven per se, but neither can the mystery of conscious awareness within a physical body be explained without the existence of something that transcends the limits of mere matter.
Kolin takes us into soup kitchens, the aftermaths of Hurricane Katrina and 9/11, the ghettos in Watts and Cabrini Green, the run-down nursing homes, the land of "drought-baked" Somalia, and--through each scene--into the human condition.
Tom is a true altruist, always believing that the role of EHP is to impact the human condition by providing a forum for scientific information to be used by researchers, policy makers, and individuals to improve human health around the world.
Eva Marisaldi's installations are poetic and enigmatic, mixing drawing, video, and objects to create environments evocative of the idiosyncrasies--both strange and beautiful--of the human condition.
So, if you want to get philosophical about it, we're talking about the human condition, rather than just a particular U.